Rubblebucket will once again visit Raleigh this Thursday when they take over Lincoln Theatre. This Brooklyn-based band creates a unique and quirky show by mixing horns, synth, guitar, and harmonies. The creative energy of the band keeps the audience wondering what will happen next.
Rubblebucket is led by Alex Toth (trumpet) and Kalmira Traver (vocals, sax) who met at the University of Vermont. The group has since performed at various festivals such as High Sierra, All Good Music Festival, and Bonnaroo. In 2014, Rubblebucket released Survival Sounds via Communion Records. The album caught the attention of NPR's Music and was featured on the Tiny Desk Series.
The band is spending their summer touring through the States with the support of Vacationer and Happy Abandon. See these intriguing bands at the Lincoln Theatre for an energetic show that promises the opportunity to use your dance moves. The event takes place this Thursday, May 14 for $12/$15 and starts at 8. See the creativity of Rubblebucket in their official video for "Carousel Ride."